Are you cold sleeper or hot sleeper?

Getting too cold or too hot at night can disturb your sleep and lead to feeling uncomfortable in the morning. And as the seasons are changing, maintaining a good body temperature can be increasingly difficult. Read this article to get few handy tips. 

If you find yourself waking up sweating or shivering at night, you may be a hot sleeper

Why the constant waking up? The reason is because you feel uncomfortably hot and your body is not maintaining the cooler temperatures needed to help the release of sleep-inducing melatonin. Here is what you can do:

  • Try to keep your bedroom at 60 to 67 degrees fahrenheit at night. Cooler room temperatures are ideal, but we get that they may not be practical for everyone. Lacking air conditioning, needing to keep utility bills economical, and having a partner with different preferences can all interfere.
  • Take a warm shower or bath before bedtime. As you cool down after a warm shower, it signals to your body that it is time to wind down, making it easier to fall asleep.
  • Keep your room cool throughout the day. Use blackout curtains or blinds to prevent the sun from excessively warming up your bedroom in the first place.

If you waking up shivering with goosebumps on your arms, fingers and toes freezing, you may be a cold sleeper

Whether you have a heightened sensitivity to the cold or you live in a cold place, bumping up your body temperature can be important to achieving a good night’s sleep. Do this:

  • Wear socks in bed. A little extra layering goes a long way. Keeping your feet warm is an important part of feeling warm all over. We recommend a fuzzy and cuddly pair of socks.
  • Pick a good blanket. Heavy and thick blankets will hold in more heat around you. Upgrade to a weighted blanket to stay extra cozy and prevent turning.

Keep in mind that while feeling too warm can be related to your sleep environment, it can also be related to your medical condition. Don’t hesitate to ask for advice from your doctor if you are constantly sleeping uncomfortable. 

Can mattress help you sleep better? Yes.

For cold sleeper you can choose a memory foam mattress which hug you around. Cozy and snuggly sensation is exactly what you need.

For hot sleeper you can choose breathable and adaptable mattress. Pocketed coil hybrid mattresses feature a component of excellent temperature adaptability.

Hope that helps! Stay tuned for more articles.

Published by MB

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